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New publication: Sustainable Land Management in a European Context – a Co-Design Approach

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How can land use become more sustainable? And which development processes are required to resolve growing conflicts and competition over land use?

These questions are addressed in a new volume entitled “Sustainable Land Management in a European Context – a Co-Design Approach”. The book was edited by current and former ZALF employees Thomas Weith, Tim Barkmann, Nadin Gaasch, Sebastian Rogga, Christian Strauss and Jana Zscheischler.

The 350-page volume presents and discusses innovative solutions for land management in the European context. It emphasises and highlights co-creation processes within the co-design approach, reflecting collaboration among academics and other stakeholders in transdisciplinary research processes.

The book provides an overview of the current state of different land use practices and the resulting need to manage land resources more sustainably. New system solutions and governance approaches in sustainable land management are presented from a European perspective. Novel approaches to sustainable land management emerge from the co-design of change processes and the development of new knowledge through co-creation processes.

New insights and experiences in sustainable land management are presented to a broad readership of land system scientists, environmental scientists, social scientists and geoscientists.


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New publication| Source: © Springer.

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